Junction’s five weekly classes battled for valuable points in the standings as the season continues to wind down. Plus, $600 of the potential $750 winner’s payout, in the hobby stock division, was claimed.
The bounty in the hobby stock class was won by Schuyler, Neb.’s Kyle Hein. Hein was out in front for the majority of the feature. Katie Renschler gave Hein a good challenge for the money, but she came up short and finished second.
Dillon Thompson was the man they were all trying to beat. Thompson looked like he was going to keep the bounty alive until next week, but he cut a tire in turn two with 12 laps to go. Thompson got the tire changed, but he only got up to finish third in the feature.
Allen Zimmerman of the “Push Truck Series” is adding another $100 to the winner who can beat Dillon Thompson in the #11*. Allen will add an additional $50 to the winner’s purse if we have 20 or more cars show up. Any motor is eligible for this $150.
Smith Engines & Machine Inc. and Potratz Racing engines, both of Grand Island, will add an additional $50 each to the hobby stock bounty winner if they are running a claimer engine, not a crate
Here is all the complete information you need to know for the Hobby Stock Bounty as it stands right now:
$20 NASCAR Pit Pass
$25 NASCAR 15 day license (if you don’t have a NASCAR license
$35 hobby stock registration
$150 NASCAR payout
$250 added winner payout
$100 added winner payout
$100 added winner payout courtesy of Allen Zimmerman
$50 added winner payout if claimer/built motor,courtesy of of Smith Engines & Machine Inc.
$50 added winner payout if claimer/built motor, courtesy of Potratz Racing Engines
$50 added winner payout if 20 or more cars on race night.
Total potential winner payout is $750.
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